’70s conspiracy thrillers, African social dramas, and Laura Dern’s breakout performance number among Criterion’s February lineup.
January’s Criterion offerings include a box set of Bunuel’s final films, Martin Scorsese on Bob Dylan, and Bing Liu’s astonishing doc debut.
William Greaves’ avant-garde meta-doc, David Cronenberg’s work of grand theft autoerotica, and Innaritu’s dizzying debut mark this month’s Criterion entries.
Jean-Luc Godard’s tale of fractured romance and love on the run, is one of the most fearsome, rebellious works of his career.
October’s Criterion offerings include one of the most soulful depictions of Black life in the ’70s, and Bong Joon-ho’s Oscar-winning 2019 masterpiece.
Paul Mazursky’s 1974 drama captured the complexities of restlessness, desire, and sexuality of the modern ‘70s woman. NOW STREAMING: […]
Claire Denis’ hypnotic masterpiece and two rough-and-ready Jules Dassin crime pics pepper this month’s Criterion releases.
One of cinema’s greatest pioneers receives a comprehensive, curatorial box set courtesy of The Criterion Collection.
Ken Loach’s Sorry We Missed You, a thrilling doc about Showgirls, prestige Stephen King adaptations and others mark July’s DVD and Blu-ray releases.
Powerful indies and revisionist superhero series dot some of June’s most addictive home video offerings.
Kon Ichikawa’s seminal sports documentar about the 1964 Tokyo Olympics receives a pristine 4K restoration courtesy of The Criterion Collection.
Alonso Duralde’s monthly column comes to The Spool to discuss the latest indies, classics, TV, and new releases coming to DVD and Blu-ray.
A comprehensive guide to the streaming films you should watch as you quarantine from the coronavirus.
Demme’s 1986 screwball comedy is one of his most joyful and unexpectedly rebellious films.
A re-release of an architecture doc and a thrilling box set of Karel Zeman’s imaginative special effects work number among Criterion’s offerings this month.
Bette Davis’ 1942 melodrama masterpiece Now, Voyager, directed by Irving Rapper, gets a pristine rerelease courtesy of The Criterion Collection.
Two masters of the absurd get new Criterion releases – one (The Circus) Chaplin’s last great silent, the other (Polyester) uproarious John Waters vulgarity.
Jane Campion’s Janet Frame biopic, a trilogy of fables from Abbas Kiarostami, and one of Ozu’s lesser-known melodramas fill Criterion’s August slate.